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francisco alliance of black school educators my name is brenda jackson and i am the chair person of the musical and this year we added on step contests. i was told that i was only given two minutes i will yield, i will yield the floor to mr. matthew garrett, who will come up and present his original poem to the board of education. and if you on february 23rd at thurgood marshal high school from grades k-12, please come out and support us. matthew? >> matthew one second. >> miss wilson i would like to give the student of not having a time limit, so if we can make sure that the timer does not interrupt him. >> my name is matthew garrett and i would like to say thank you for the board of education for letting me speak. my poem. my school is kip bay view academy. and the bay view district. and very glad to attend there. this is my poem. i am different. can you see me? can you hear me? do you know me? yes, i'm smart. a bright kid, they say. yes, i get good grades. yes, i dress well. yes, i am well mannered. but i am different. i'm different from what you see, i'm different from what
thompson, brenda jackson and miss virginia marshal and then jake kosac and leona hunter, nathan apple and linda cook and you have two minutes each. >> good evening to president nkoyo iyamba and vice president fewer and carranza and all board members and all assembled. i stand proudly as the president of the san francisco alliance of black school educators to introduce you to two women who will enlighten you on the grass roots organization that are in commitment to the students of san francisco, but most importantly, supportive to our african american youth. first i would like to present, our vice president, virginia marshal, chair person, of the world reknowned african american honor roll. brenda jackson of the third, and musical and step competition. >> and school is in session, good evening. >> what is the news? i have good news to share. before i get to the good news, i just want to say to president norton and fewer and superintendent carranza and staff and the president of uesf and ladies ladies and gentlemen and our beloved ester. i have a special thank you for what happened nex
. david jackson is at the foot of the mountain tonight and joins us live. david. >>reporter: we've been told by police authorities that we still have to go with the information that we still don't know initially know who or who the dead body was inside that cabin in big bear. it's not confirmed by lapd sources, who will have the final say on there. we don't know how long it will take place to find out what went on. we know the cab sin still smolderring -- smouldering and hot. >>reporter: investigators say it's still too hot to go in. >> it's not safe for them. they believe there's live ammunition and it's still smouldering. >>reporter: a single shot was heard inside. a man believed to be dorner never came out. law enforcement swarmed the argue after a home invasion and car jacking by a man matching dorner's description. that is when the bullets started firing. carter evans found himself in the thick of it. two deputies were shot in the exchange. one of them died. dorner had been on run since last week, when he alledgedly shot and killed two people, including a police officer. he had pro
francisco off and on by dr. jackson. i made a mistake when i said we addressed the furnished jaend and she remind me there was no agenda so we have to unfinished agenda. i like to have a memory of bishop jackson who was a member at the church who passed away of a massive heart attack last week. he's also in the bay choir. many don't know about the choir because we have a culture person running the center. it's also for your culture. our culture includes gospel music and our choir caught hell the whole time that's why we're not there. it's services are at baptist church and his mother did loot to stop violation. we hope to see a lot of people there >> thank you. next speaker >> good afternoon. my name is is karen and i'm here to speak in favor of the oops the national defense act. first thank you to boarder president david chiu and the supervisors who co-sporptd this legislation. i appreciate your help. my father spent the remaining years of his life fighting and reminding people about our japanese people who spent time in american prisons. with hatred brewing against our citizens and inn
is called. and now we are now moving on to our next item in the meeting. >> dr. jackson, thank you very much. >> yes, i do know that you are dr. jackson. i am very sorry, but i did read out the rules at the beginning of the meeting and those are the rules. >> i am going to move on to our next item now. >> i am going to move on to the next item. >> okay. i am going to recess the meeting everybody. and when the public is calm again, we will resume.recess th regular board and convene as the financing corporation in order to handle the following action items. >> okay. so see pages 1 through 4 of the agenda. roll call? >> >> miss fewer? >> here. >> mr. haney? >> yeah. >> miss maufus. >> thank you. >> dr. murase? >> present. >> miss wynns. >> yes. >> miss norton? >> yes. >> thank you, miss kasko. mr. superintendent is there a staff report on the status of projects? >> there isn't. >> okay. thank you. now, would i like to hear a motion and a second on the approval of the prior meeting minutes of january of 2012. i so move. >> i second. >> thank you. >> roll call, vote. >> thank you. >> fewer? >> ye
before they call off the alert. live near big bear, david jackson, k pix 5. >> a lot has gone nonthat neighborhood today. you mentioned the two deputies, one wounded one losing his life in that gun battle. are they letting any of the residents back in? we saw lines of cars all afternoon. is anyone being allowed back? >>reporter: they have, ken. at first they weren't. it's important for people to remember a lot of people live up there. they have a population between 8 and 10,000 people total. traffic was backed up for a time. the we're standing on one of the main rods. they have opened it up to residents. if the search goes on tomorrow, it may be tough if they have bystander in the area but that remains to be seen. >> david jackson sorting live. thank you davis. >>> a bizarre discovery has policed stumped. they found a woman's remains. it started with a man walking around town with a skull. >>reporter: it must have a site, a man walking around, even thoughing off his recent discovery. >> he was going everywhere, all over the place like i've got skull right here. >>reporter: in downtown
soon here is jug. i remember i did that. that was when michael jackson died. i googled michael jackson's death and i got the date. so, you just use that and you keep going and put it all together. it makes a big case. this is like one of the biggest things we use is graffiti tracker. i'll show you guys a little bit about it real quick. let me log on. down there in tucson or casa grand -- don't beep at me. hey. what's that big tager you have down there? either one. >> [inaudible]. ger you have down there? either one. >> [inaudible]. >> i put you on the spot. * >> i think it's smoker. >> smoker? hold on on that. >> [inaudible]. >> as you can see, once you pull on the graffiti tracker, you have -- this is what the activity is in phoenix right now. i can tell you my top 10 right now, my most active taggers are size, toke, miller, merk, miller, rats, break, i know eight of those right now i have identified. still got to go out and check them. the way we like to do t though, once we identify them, we like to sit down and catch them in the act. it's easier to do in court and make a big case a
his policy proposals. his first up will be in north carolina. >> hallie jackson has more on the story. >> good morning. the president is expected to expand on the outlines of some of the themes about jobs and the economy. >> the president of the united states. >> in the speech, the loudest response came on the topic of gun control. >> the families of blacksburg and tucson and other communities ripped open by gun violence, they deserve a simple vote. >> the president promised to bring home more than 30,000 troops in afghanistan. he focused on the economy. his proposals would not raise the deficit. >> we need a smarter government that invest in broadbased growth. >> marco rubio deliver the republican response in english and spanish. >> we will forever be known as the generation responsible for america's decline. rand paul handled the tea party response. >> his policies keep you poor. >> the president would like to raise the minimum wage. >> i bet a lot of folks would appreciate that. hallie jackson, thank you. >> ben cardin agrees with the president's vision. >> democrats and republican
. hallie jackson joins us live. where is the president taking his message ? >> he is going to north carolina. the president is expected to expand on the outlines of some of the themes about jobs and the economy. >> the president of the united states. >> in the speech, the loudest response came on the topic of gun control. >> the families of blacksburg and tucson and other communities ripped open by gun violence, they deserve a simple vote. >> the president promised to bring home more than 30,000 troops from afghanistan. his speech heavily featured domestic issues. he focused on the economy. he promised his proposals would not raise the deficit. >> we need a smarter government that invests in broad-based growth. >> marco rubio delivered the republican response in english and spanish. he denounced the president's obsession with raising taxes. >> if we can get our economy healthy again, -- if we do not, we will forever be known as the generation responsible for america's decline. >> rand paul handled the tea party response. >> the government is not your friend. his policies keep you po
alone that are affected by it. last point, from espan loel na jackson's comments, i think you need to have a general hearing at the planning department on how your mailing lys are put together and who gets notices, all those things are staff functions that i think commissioners and the public really need to have a refresher course every once in a while so you don't have people up here giving comments that they didn't have any notice. thank you. >> so, as the commission secretary mentioned, these are cards that i have and i'm not sure if they are to the project or the eir. (calling speakers). >> good afternoon, commissioner, my name is sabastian, i am a local businessman two blocks away from this proposed project, i'm speaking in support of your certification of the eir and of the project in general. i've been down there going on almost two decades now since 1996, i've seen a lot of transformation in that part of the city. we've been through the .com peaks and lots of buildings down there. we cater to the local community, we are a local business. i'm excited that being down there, t
jackson has more on the tragic case still unfolding. >> reporter: that's right. this police training accident has left a trainee fighting for his life. he is in critical condition tonight and it's resulted in a major shake-up at the baltimore city police department. dramatic video from sky eye chopper 13 of a police trainee being loaded into a medevac hospital after being shot. it happened at the former rosewood center in owings mills baltimore county. a candidate in training with the university of maryland police was shot in the front of the head by a baltimore police trainee instructor in what's being called a training accident. >> he is currently in the operating room with our chief of neuro trauma. he's stable but any thoughts or predictions about long-term neurologic outcome are way to early. >> reporter: the events with unclear. also unclear is whether it was protocol for a live run to be chamberered in a weapon during exercises. the victim was medevacked to shock trama downtown. >> currently our prayers and support are with the trainee and the family at this tough time. >> rep
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recognizes the gentlewoman from texas, ms. jackson lee, for five minutes. ms. jackson lee: i thank the speaker very much, and we had an historic occasion last evening, but i rise to comment on a number of issues, and i first want to acknowledge and pay tribute to a texan that was buried yesterday in a tragic incident, chris kyle, a navy seal, who had served this country, loved this country and came back to his family and children and took a cause to help serve troubled veterans. and as he was doing so, along with his friend, chad, one of those troubled veterans shot both he and his friend. what a tragedy, and i think it is important to note the thousands who mourned him and the per session that took him to his burial ground yesterday and to say thank you for serving this nation but coming home to care about those suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder. that leads me to bring up this whole question of sequester. in my own city of houston, i was able to some four years ago establish the first posttraumatic stress disorder center in a hospital that was not a veterans hospital. t
for the search for answers. >> i'm kai jackson! and i'm mary but bal -- mary bubala. here's what people are talking b. >> christopher dorner took lives, two. them officers. the week-long rampage is over. the town of los angeles is breathing a sigh of relief. ♪ [ music ] ♪ >> reporter: bagpipes played as the flag-draped coffin, carrying riverside police officer michael crane entered the church. hundreds of police officers from across southern california attended the funeral. police say former los angeles officer and navy reservist, christopher dorner, shot and killed crane in an ambush last week. >> i really did not realize the sheer scale of this and how many people are touched by his life. >> reporter: police believe 33- year-old dorner was the man they found inside a dharred cabin near big bear. but they have not confirmed it yet. until that happens, police will continue to provide security for some of the officers and families who dorner threatened to kill. the week-long search for dorner ended with an intense four-hour shootout at the cabin.
. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, current. [ music ] >> this is "the bill press show" >> bill: all right. now 25 minutes after the hour. president obama a very powerful state of the union speech. how did marco rubio do. let's talk about that, too. yes watch marco rubio. i just watched enough to know that i think all of the advance height about what a great job marco rupe rubio was going to do sort of fell flat last night. to me, he looked nervous. he looked not ready for prime time. >> yeah. >> bill: he looked stiff. and he certainly was -- >> thirsty >> bill: thirsty. what will be remembered most about his speech was i have never seen anybody do this. he is live on camera talking, and he takes a break without even saying excuse me just a second. reaches over off camera like this, grabs a bottle of water and then takes a stip without even saying excuse me and then puts the bottle back and then continues talking. amateur hour. i think he joins the ranks of chris
the aisle there. sheila jackson lee is always there. and there you see senator l landrieu and they just want a moment with the the president. the and from new york, and lindsey graham getting a stop there. >> i don't know if he camped out there for hours or not. >> to camp out there and now works out at the fox, and gene schmidt a republican actually made a personal thing about being there your constituents get to see you interact with the president and i think it raises your stature. >> point out looking at the women senator, the biggest class of women, 20 women senators in the history of the senate, quite a moment. just to pick up on one point, it is going to be interesting to look at how this president deals with going across the divide. is he he the uniter as he was elected as or more confrontational figure that he's been recently, in 2011 right after he-- after the republicans won in the mid-term he said we need to move forward together or not at all. >> let me just interrupt you, this is senator mark kirk who had a stroke, from illinois. senator obama -- president obama, obviously sena
. fedex. >>> back to "hardball." now to the sideshow. did you see texas democrat jackson greeting president obama when he entered the chamber? it's not the first time she's staked out an aisle position. and she's got company. some members of congress are known to arrive up to 12 hours before the speech to get one of those seats. where they can be seen on camera with the president. and you've got to wait in person, by the way. the rule is no leaving a book or coat on that seat to claim your seat for the event later. sheila jackson says it's all for her constituents. quote, they are seeing me work on their behalf. many of them are moved by the moment. now retired started showing up early the days of carter. there he is with bill clinton. he would arrive early and share snacks while awaiting facetime with the president. people would say gosh, i saw you shaking hands with the president. take a look at ohio republican gene schmidt at last year's address. >> well, unfortunately for miss schmidt, that success on the check turned into a radio attack ad for her challenger. >> there's someo
gunfire for some time. >> now kpix 5 reporter david jackson is in southern california tonight. he'll have the latest in the live report at 11:00. >>> let's set party interest aside and work to pass a budget that replaces reckless cuts with smart savings and wise invest. s in our future. >> the other big story tonight president obama gives his fourth state of the union speech, and he lays out his plans for his second term in office. kpix reporter tells us he wants to increase the federal management to -- or the -- the federal minimum wage to $9 an hour. that'll bring a lot more troops home from afghanistan and wants to put more limits on guns. >> there's a speaker. >> in his first state of the union address of his second term the president focussed on the middle klass and millions of americans still looking for work and challenged congress to cut out the partisanship and help them. >> the american people have worked too hard for too long rebuilding from one crisis to see their elected officials cause another. >> the president emphasized his economic recovery program will not add toth defic
me is the they pop up heads like jesse jackson saying he understands how do you understand who two innocent people getting gunned down like that? >> sean: it's a bad precedent. someone like this you could have copy cats. danny you're a former fbi hostage negotiator. when you said the manifesto did you think he was someone anyone would have an opportunity to negotiate with? didn't seem likely to me. >> i commended the rescue team. i'm a tactical person. no. i thought he was going to have to be, going to be a shootout. he was dedicated to what he was going to do which was, and act revenge upon any one in a law enforcement uniform, he's making war on the police. the police have to act with restraint. so anyone with a uniform on, he's going kill them. so this is what we're dealing w he's a monster, if he's gone, the world is better off for it. >> what where wur thoughts? >> they did a good job. >> and they, isolated him, contained him. if i had been there i would have put gas in that place. limited ability on your officers they did the right thing at the right time. they also estimate
in for edwin jackson, giving the invite ats a starting rotation that rivals anybody in major league baseball. as long as the roster can remain healthy, davey johnson and mike rizzo said they learned a lot about this group last season. i think we'll be better for that experience. as painful as that experience was you've got yourself a good bunch of veteran players that have been through it before, and i think they're going to really embrace it and really thrive on it. >> with the experience under their belt from being in the postseason. i like our prospects coming this year, i like the additions we made. i just think it's an awful exciting year. very talented ball club. >> that's davey johnson. you know, nobody more anxious to get this season started than drew storen, he actually received death threats on twitter after his blown save in game 5 of the nlds last year. he's since lost his closer job to newly signed rafael soriano, a move he said did blindside him somewhat. he was totally not expecting the move, but he's had a whole off-season and plenty of time to digest exactly what happened in
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of the union is the campers people who camped along the aisle. >> shake the president's hand. >> sheila jackson lee is the classic state of the union camper. like the people who wait for the star wars movie dress up in a costume. she is waiting. if obama dares pats her without giving her a big hug is he done. okay? wants to be scene. we have serious problems facing this country this is a hollow gesture. not going to learn anything. is he going to say what he he wants and they will all jump up and applaud. and then republican also sit there like this. >> stone faced. i just hope one of the supreme court justices finally gets up and just, you know, says something at some point. alito moment? >> bill: most of them can't get up. even if they want to get up they can't bill. >> they are not. so mean. this is like the golden globes, the oscars, this is the equivalent really of all of that in washington. like the white house correspondence dinner and state of the union morphed into one event. >> illegal immigrant over here. then we have this person over there. >> bill: whole line up of people. all sitt
1807 to 1857. president madison, john quincy adam, monroe, and fill more, and andrew jackson were all inaugurated in the room that we are in. and we're now join by just a second termer from florida, his name is dennis roth, and he is a republican from the 15th 15th district. mr. roth, overall, the tone of the president's speech. this is your third or fourth state of the union, correct? >> correct mitchell -- correct. my fourth one -- my third. the tone was moderate and i mean that he was correct. we can't cut our way into prosperity by cutting our spending. but what we needs to say is to go further and say we can grow our way into prosperity, and the only way to grow into sprues spirit is if we give some incentives to bring back the jobs to america and bring back investment to america that creates jobs. one thing he talked about was the simpson-bowles act. it has taken him three years to bring it up. i filed a bill memorialaalizeing the plan. i think we need to reform or tax system and eliminate tax loopholes and exemptions, create on incentive so business will thrive again in this co
gases and emissions are causing global warming, that's fine. you can believe it. lisa jackson, director of the epa, in fact, obama's director made this statement in response, live on tv, to my question. if we pass this cap-and-trade, it's going to cost between $30,400,000,000,000 a year, largest tax increase in history this country. is this going to reduce co2 emissions? she said that while. the reason is the problem is that here. it's in china, india, mexico, other countries. those three have problems to manufacturing base moving overseas because they have to go where there is energy and if we curtail or energy over here but that tax won't reduce emissions come is still manufacturing to go someplace. >> host: senator inhofe was the ranking member on the environment and public works committee and on the 113, besides the top republican on the senate armed services committee. bobby in birmingham, alabama, go ahead. >> caller: morning. how you doing, sir? i listen to the president last night. with all the things in north korea and other places, are we in a position right now to have a weak
on jackson near santa clara in hayward. a 25-minute time from 238 to mowry avenue. 7:07. let's go to steve. >>> all right. on cue, a lot of that fog has been forming. there was not much a little while ago. but a sign of high pressure is building in aloft. but there's some areas where the visibility has been reduced. especially out to the north bay and the car keen news carquinez strait -- carquinez straight. so right in line, 59 to 64 is the spread on most of the highs here. 45, 56. we'll about 60. mostly cloudy in the morning and then mostly sunny by this afternoon. we could sure use some rain. it's official. everybody is under 100% of the season. in the immediate bay area, santa rosa is now 99% of normal. san francisco 90 and san jose, 86. we were doing so well until january came and february is not looking much better. there's really not any screaming message that says rain, rain, rain. not a lot. warmer this week as high pressure builds in. our system continues to march across the country. it's snowing cincinnati. down towards memphis and then rain in the deep south and then heading in
to take place starting march 1. >> after president-elect andrew jackson's wife died in december of 1848, her neice, assumed the role of first lady. >> emily was perfect. with all the negatives washington had to say about andrew jackson, they loved emily. she covered everything. the women all liked her and as it was to happen, the women's opinions meant more than people thought in washington. but emily became his acting first lady. she entertained beautifully. she was polished and some people thought she was russ particular from the country. >> emily donaldson, one of the women who served as first lady in the series "first ladies," in the first of its kind project for television. season one begins this monday, presidents' day on c-span, c-span radio and c-span.org. >> after the state of the union address, president obama traveled to north carolina to highlight his proposals for creating jobs and spurring u.s. manufacturing. the president pushed for a higher minimum wage. the manufacturer employs 160 workers and plans to hire 40 more. the president's stop in north carolina is the first of
jackson, the director of the epa made the statement in response live on tv to my question. it will cost between 300,000,000,400 billion per year. is this going to reduce co2 emissions? she said it will not. the reason is the problem is not here. it is in china. it is it in india and mexico. there is where you will have a problem with of the effect freebase. they have to go where there is energy. if we curtail energy over here with the text that will reduce the emissions, the mid back tree base will have to go to someplace. host: as many of the members know, james inhofe serving as the top republican on the senate armed services committee. birmingham, alabama. democratic calller. go ahead. caller: my question is i listened to the president last night. with all the things going on board -- with all the things going on around us with north korea, are we in a position to have a weaker military did what we had in 9/11 or should we have a stronger military? are we able to continue to scatter men all over the country and leave us defenseless at home or should the military continue to be strong
cantor and pat leahy and embraces members of congress like sheila jackson-lee. she is for him but he will run into republicans and hope he can build up a little bit of personal capital with him. he's not so much for partying with members of congress or playing golf with them or hanging out with them on the weekend, but small things matter and he's going to try to make some of this matter. >> he's awfully close, too, to mcconnell, quoted as saying it's pretty clear the sequester will happen. does tonight -- >> first of all, i don't think it's so clear. i just notice he also shook hands with lindsey graham who has vowed to hold up his secretary of defense nominee, chuck hagel, and his cia director nominee john brennan. >> i interviewed mitch mcconnell tonight on our show. he was very definite. he said we are not going to have any revenue increases. and he also said no last-minute dpoeshg on the sequester. that was a tough thought. >> stylistically some interesting things to look for. it's a speech led by a new chief speechwriter and we haven't mentioned this point -- >> the president w
their sort of level of exposure. there is sheila jackson lake. the president is well versed on who sits on the aisle and i guess he was making his own choices about where to extend his hand this time around. >> i guess so. we keep showing the picture from the first lady's box. we want to let you know, the woman on the screen left as you look at the picture is hadiya pendleton's mom, the 15-year-old killed by gun violence in chicago. the first lady just attended her funeral, and her name is cleo patrick cowley. she is the guest of the first lady tonight. the president making pretty good time nearing the final term. david gregory, one of the great traditions of this event no, matter who the president is, no matter what you make of it. >> the whole world is watching. not the only ones getting the sense of the state of the union. a lot of people want to know what the state of the united states is. in our business community, in governments around the world. but interesting. here the president is in the house chamber, at a time when the house is controlled by republicans and the stalwart oppo
, william henry jackson. together they selected the most impressive views. moran made drawings and watercolor sketches, blocking in forms d contours, quickly noting the colors of the terrain and the sulfurous deposits for which yellowstone is named. back in newark, new jersey, moran began what he termed his "big picture," "the grand canyon of the yellowstone." for moran, the spiritual, natural and aesthetic realms should blend to create a great impression. to that end, he combined different points of view into one dramatic panorama. moran explained, the precipitous rocks on the right were really at my back when i stood at that point. yet in their present position, they are strictly true to pictorial nature. my aim was to bring before the public the character of that region. narrator: reporting to congress, hayden suggested that the geyser region of yellowstone be set apart as a national park. congressman william kelly of pennsylvania also promoted the legislation, no doubt eager to please jay cooke, a prominent constituent. cookundetood the economic benefits for his northe paci
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